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TASER Donates $300,000 To Fallen Officer Fund

October 4, 2012
TASER International, Inc. has donated $300,000 to the International Association of Chiefs of Police Foundation's fallen officer fund, the company announced Sunday.

Video: Fla. Man Swings Machete In Police HQ, Gets TASERed

October 3, 2012
Dejuan Anderson, 20, entered Fort Myers (Fla.) Police headquarters at 7:20 a.m. and asked for an officer by name. Anderson began swinging his edged weapon until an officer TASERed him.

Glock Donates $50K to Concerns of Police Survivors

October 1, 2012
Glock Inc. today donated $50,000 to the Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) at a ceremony at the company’s booth at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference in San Diego. This marks the sixth consecutive year that GLOCK has donated to C.O.P.S., bringing total GLOCK contributions to the organization to $300,000.

UC Davis Settles for $1M Over Pepper Spraying

September 27, 2012
The university will pay $1 million as part of the settlement. This includes a total of $730,000 to the named plaintiffs and others who were arrested or pepper-sprayed on Nov. 18. It will also include up to $250,000 in costs and attorney fees.

Cincinnati Cops Must Aim TASERs at Back

September 19, 2012
Officers must only deploy the TASER in self-defense of in defense of someone else, Chief James Craig announced. And once officers decide to use their TASER, they must try to avoid a frontal hit.
<p>Photo courtesy of OutWest Systems.</p>

OutWest Systems Introduces Marksmanship Training

September 14, 2012
OutWest Systems has introduced a high-tech laser-based firearm training aid for shooters called the OCAT (Optical Computer-Aided Training) system that works inside a residence in laser mode or at the rifle/pistol range with live ammunition.
<p>Photo courtesy of FNH USA.</p>

FNH USA Introduces Conversion Kit for SPR Rifle

September 12, 2012
FNH USA has introduced its Tactical Box Magazine (TBM) Conversion Kit for the FN SPR precision bolt-action rifle. This new kit allows SPR owners to install upgrades such as higher capacity magazines and an ambidextrous magazine release button with hand tools.
<p>Photo courtesy of Halix.</p>

Halix Introduces AR Chin Stock

September 5, 2012
Halix has developed a chin stock called the NSN (No Stock Needed) designed to be used with rifle-style pistols and regular pistols with carbine kits.

CACI Offers Dazer Laser Optical Distracter To Feds

August 31, 2012
CACI International Inc. has entered into a strategic agreement with Laser Energetics, Inc. to offer the Dazer Laser Light Fighting Technologies product line of laser optical distracters to the Department of Defense and other federal government organizations.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

LAPD SWAT Members Investigated for Reselling Guns

August 29, 2012
LAPD SWAT members may have resold department handguns for a profit, according to an independent watchdog's report. One officer has been relieved of duty.
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